Do You Trust Facebook With Your Personal Information?
- March 19, 2011
- Posted by: Craig Chamberlin
- Category: Uncategorized
Internet privacy is a highly debated issue, especially when it comes to social networking giants such as Facebook and Twitter. The real question always is, “What are they doing with my information, and can I stop it?”
The reality is, information you publish on the internet technically becomes public domain. Think about it, even if Facebook isn’t sharing that information with others, those within your Facebook social circle are fully capable of sharing it with others off of Facebook.
This is where it is important to take some extra precautions when publishing any information on the internet. In this video I briefly discuss the role of privacy when publishing content on the internet and the importance of using common sense when doing so.
For more information on Facebook Privacy, you should read the following article:
Also, to my fellow Facebook stalkers, don’t forget that The PCMichiana Tech Help Show also has a Facebook fan page you can join and publish all of your non-private permanent opinions on… hows that for a shameless plug?
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Until next time, keep your friends closer, and your Facebook friends at a distance far enough away to stalk them without them knowing…